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Imagine being able to detect breast cancer a decade before it develops doctors say and you -- call for site makes that possible.
The idea is to get -- from the docks of the breast.
That's where most cancers form and pump the -- And collect that on a very thin membrane.
Put a fix it upon it and we fended off to get to the lab very early changes in the cells can be identified.
So patients can make prevented that measures if they choose.
This type of surveillance is important to 42 year old Marcy Bulgaria her mother and grandmother died of breast cancer recently.
It's so easy to catch it early on and there's so many things that we can do you could take prophylactic measures there's so many treatments for breast cancer.
And I'm just I'm so sorry that my mom wasn't able to do this kind of testing doctor Jonathan -- who also treated marks his mom says.
This -- -- should be used in conjunction with other technologies.
No way shape or form should we look at this as a substitute.
It's a helper for -- -- -- -- -- for your breath with them and it's a -- for breast ultrasound.
And the help -- her -- A -- genetics makes that radiation -- tests.
It's designed for all women but those who have dense breasts or -- strong family history are particularly good candidates.
Younger women can also benefit from it.
Breast cancer has a peak age group of about 45 to sixty so.
Really the younger woman 2030.
And maybe forty year old is the ideal population for this.
As you know -- mammograms begin at forty or sometimes as -- as 35 but definitely in an in an older age group.
-- says the test gave her peace of mind.
But she'll still continue to get tested routinely why would someone choose to become another victim to breast cancer when -- testing -- Hamilton commission needs you know.
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